Thursday, 8 October 2015

Turkey, Saudi Arabia and US support ISIS

Turkey, a member of NATO, is helping ISIS guerrillas that are now seeking refuge in Turkey after the intensification of Russian Anti-Terrorist Operations in Syria.

Questions had been raised about Turkish attacks against Kurds who are fighting ISIS and about the role of Saudi Arabia in Yemen where the Saudi Arabian Air Force is protecting ISIS by attacking guerrillas opposed to ISIS.

Something similar occurs in Syria where the United States of America is supporting ISIS by providing weapons to ISIS via so called 'Moderate Muslims'.

If you want to know what means of transportation ISIS has you wouldn't be surprised that they are using US made armoured troop transport vehicles made for the US Armed Forces.
If you ask who is buying oil sold by ISIS, you would not surprised to know that ISIS is being financed by the United States of America in cooperation with Turkey.

The geopolitical games of the United States of America coincide with ISIS aims and this does not happen just by chance. The hope is to totally destabilize the Muslim World to then take over its resources.

That was the failed game in Iraq where Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney wanted to benefit from the total destruction of Iraq to then have 'reconstruction contracts' awarded to companies linked to them both. They dismantled the Iraqi Army and this led to a de-facto partition of Iraq of which ISIS controls vast territories.

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Caliphate takeover of London Exposed

Muslim Caliphate takeover of London exposed!

The Muslim attitude toward Jews is reflected in various verses throughout the Koran, the holy book of the Islamic faith. "They [the Children of Israel] were consigned to humiliation and wretchedness. They brought the wrath of God upon themselves, and this because they used to deny God's signs and kill His Prophets unjustly and because they disobeyed and were transgressors" (Sura 2:61). According to the Koran, the Jews try to introduce corruption (5:64), have always been disobedient (5:78), and are enemies of Allah, the Prophet and the angels (2:97­98).

Sadiq Khan is a practicing Muslim and has been chosen, by the Labour Party, as a Mayoral candidate for London in 2016.

Mr Khan stated “I want to be a Muslim Mayor that stands up for Jewish rights”.
You might think that given the Muslim antipathy towards Jewish people, the Jewish press in Britain would not give Mr Khan any positive publicity at all. However, you would be wrong.
Just take a read of this cosy interview Sadiq Khan gave to the Jewish Chronicle: Interview: 

The Jewish Chronicle does not exactly come out and endorse Sadiq Khan’s candidacy but it’s nevertheless a positive interview for him. It really is nauseating to hear Sadiq Khan ingratiating himself with the Jewish Press. 

Sadiq Khan said “It’s really important that you know I’ll be on your side when it comes to the challenges the Jewish community will face”.

He added “What’s important to me is that we have zero tolerance of anti-Semitism. I will ensure there are sufficient police resources and the resources of City Hall to address this issue”.

This is very strange! Why would Jews want to have a Muslim Mayor in London? Would they want a Muslim Mayor in Tel Aviv?

It’s estimated that only 2.1% of the population is Jewish but, in my opinion, that percentage is probably inflated; electorally they are insignificant. Without exploiting the horrific deaths of innocent men, women and children in Germany, they wouldn't have any influence at all. The Muslims will not buy their guilt products.

In 2008, Sadiq Khan penned a pamphlet for the Fabian Society titled “Fairness Not Favours: How to Reconnect with British Muslims.”
In that rambling document, he recommended the establishment of what he calls “Operation Muslim Vote”.

He called for increases in child benefits and a rise in the national minimum wage as ways to aid the British Muslim community.
He said “Like many British Muslims, I am confident that the values of Britishness and Islam go together well”.

He added “We want a Britishness that does not mean being White and being able to trace your British ancestry back a few hundred years”.
Sadiq Khan whispered:

“We [Muslims and Jews] have a huge amount in common. We need to see the great work in the past that the Board of Deputies and Muslim Council of Britain have done together on halal and kosher food and male circumcision. I’m optimistic about the future.”
There have been various petitions calling for a ban on religious slaughter of animals but Jews and Muslims are in complete agreement in opposing any ban. 
It’s not just religious slaughter that Jews and Muslims have in common; they also have their shared loathing of their common enemy – the white race.
Perhaps the Jewish Chronicle’s tacit approval of Sadiq Khan is not so strange after all.

The Brutal Truth
If Sadiq Khan becomes Mayor of London, there could be mayhem in London. Muslims will feel emboldened; Jews will not feel safe and neither will Christian women and especially homosexuals, Hindus and Sikhs.
Sadiq Khan will be a divisive figure as his first priority is to Islam. He was born in the UK to Muslim economic migrants from Pakistan; he has a British passport and is entitled to a Pakistani passport!

The Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) is the strategic oversight body which sets the direction and budget for the Metropolitan Police Service on behalf of the Mayor. The Muslim grooming gangs in London will be only too happy to see Sadiq Khan as Mayor of London!

Look at what happened to Britain’s first elected Muslim mayor, Lutfur Rahman. He was the mayor of Tower Hamlets (an area of East London) but was removed from office after a judge found him guilty of corruption “worthy of a banana republic”.

What London needs is a British Christian Mayor who is not shackled by political correctness and is not afraid to tell Londoners the brutal truth.
Let’s make sure that London is not turned into a Muslim Caliphate.

On behalf of Dave Furness, British National Party Mayoral Candidate for the 2016 GLA Elections

Wednesday, 30 September 2015

The Russian Federation moves to restore the balance and solve the problems created by US Foreign Policy

Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the fundamental imbalance in Foreign Affairs led the USA to believe that it could do whatever it wanted, wherever it wanted, to whoever it wanted, without any kind of accountability.

This is why in 2013, the USA carried out the illegal invasion of Iraq that led to the de-facto partition of Iraq and the spread of instability that today affects Africa, Middle East and Asia Minor and creating wave after wave of refugees that firstly flooded neighbouring countries and are now reaching Europe and threatening to destabilize Europe.

The Russian Federation, always mindful of the risk involved, always played the diplomatic card and search for solution via the Organization of the United Nations. Having reached a limit when what is happening in places like Syria, Iraq and others are becoming a potential risk for the Russian Federation and for former Soviet Republics, the Russian Federation decided to act to prevent the escalation of instability and war promoted by the actions of the United States of America.

The fall of Muammar Gaddafi did not produce the so much announced Democratic Stability the US and other governments including the UK government were talking about to justify their actions in the same manner that the invasion of Iraq did not produce Democratic Stability. Mistake, after mistake, the United States of America has transformed what were previously relatively stable areas of the world into a Hell that is now reaching Europe.

I fully support the actions of the Russian Federation and welcome Russian intervention to support a sovereign nation called Syria that has been under attack because of US agenda that has nothing to do with the well being of Syria nor of any other of the countries affected by US Foreign Policies.

Those of us who witnessed the actions of the United States of America supporting coups d'├ętat, supporting political assassinations, detention without trial, torture and murder know that, unfortunately, the United States of America is being ruled by a clique that driven by greed is destabilizing the entire world.

On September 11, 2001, the American people suffered a catastrophe that was the direct consequence of decades of interference and ill advised Foreign Policy. People from all over the world sympathize with the sufferings experienced on September 11, 2001. Unfortunately, the actions that followed ever since after September 11, 2001 have dramatically damaged US interests and the interests of many countries across the world.

Once again, I salute and congratulate the Russian Federation for doing the right thing to try and restore some kind of normality.


Thursday, 24 September 2015

Tube Strikes: not too much, not too little

I guess most people are unaware of the fact that transport workers have worked round the clock for many many years. When transport services stop, teams of workers start maintenance work checking tracks and signals and doing everything necessary to ensure that a few hours later when services start again the network will be safe to operate and transport millions of passengers across London.

The conflict now is about increasing the number of hours when trains are driven across the network. Forcefully, working conditions will change and this will mean that eventually there is going to be less time available to maintain the network and that those in charge of doing repairs will be under increasing pressure when doing jobs that are absolutely necessary to ensure that the network is safe to run.

Of course Mayor Boris Johnson wants to change working patterns. He has in his mind the idea of getting rid of all tube drivers replacing them with robots and computers. This has serious implications. On the one hand, theoretically, services will be extended and more people will travel. In practice, the chances of breakdowns occurring will increase and the time available to deal with breakdowns will be reduced.

One fundamental issue affects Underground Services: lack of space. This is why we have now railway services, bus services, underground services and so called overground services complementing each other to increase capacity and transport alternatives within the little space available.

The situation we face is not about workers being unreasonable. It is about having a safe and sustainable network. Most people should know by now that certain branches of the service would be under water had not been for constant pumping. The tunnels are old and without proper maintenance that can only be done when services are not running the network would eventually come to a halt not because of strikes but because of critical physical damages.

Wednesday, 16 September 2015

After welcoming parties, come metallic fences, barbed wire, tear gas and water cannons

After welcoming parties, political expressions of support, street rallies calling for immigrants to be welcomed, come metallic fences, barbed wire, tear gas, water cannons and stringent border controls.

Suddenly, the demagogy of leaders like Angela Merkel, gives way to the reality of what flood immigration actually means.

The quota system was rejected and was bound to be rejected. The diktats of EU bureaucrats and politically correct politicians are faced with the realities of member countries that on this issue and on many other issues don't seem to see eye to eye.

As I was listening to Jeremy Corbyn on his maiden appearance in the House of Commons coming face to face with Prime Minister David Cameron, comments about cuts of Housing Benefits that led to an exodus from central areas of British cities, the question came to me: if they are complaining about a housing crisis, about people being thrown out of homes because of cuts of Housing Benefits, where do people think that the tens of thousands that will be arriving in coming months are going to live?

David Cameron, the Prime Minister that says No on Monday, Yes on Tuesday and Maybe on Wednesday, promised to accept tens of thousands of immigrants. How is this compatible with the realities of the Housing Crisis, the lack of GP surgeries, the lack of school places, the burden being imposed on public services? Well, it isn't.

You listen then to the rise of unemployment and the fact that employers are going to be taking in less employees as the new Living Wage comes into place. Less jobs and more people looking for jobs, many of whom not even speak the language of the country? They will need a place to live in. They will need a job or otherwise they will be locked up in the cycle of welfare dependency. Have any of the aforementioned concerns been taken into account?

Demagogy can please many people that sooner than later will end up terribly disappointed, desperate and angry, and anger is what we must be very afraid of because discontent will flock into the streets of Britain and then the scenes of fences, water cannons, tear gas and police deployment with riot gear will also be seen in the United Kingdom.

Saturday, 12 September 2015

Time for Principled Politics regardless of Ideology

You might agree or disagree with what Jeremy Corby stands for. Personally, what matters to me is Principled Politics regardless of ideological labels.

I am fed up to the back of my teeth of all the talk about Middle Ground. I am fed up of Middle Ground. I want politicians that stand for what they believe and tell things as they are.

For decades there has been the discussion about occupying the Middle Ground. What is the Middle Ground? A figure of speech, an invention to try and please everybody even if people don't have a clue about what is being promised. Get rid of Middle Grounds and give us the real McCoy. What do you stand for Sir/Madam? I look at the record of votes in the House of Commons of the last 25 years and I see a very disappointing reality with politicians pleasing their public and then doing exactly the opposite of what was promised.

They say that the new generations don't care about politics. Wrong. The new generations care about politics but they don't want demagogues. They want the real thing. The don't want scaremongers that tell them that the world is going to come to an end if the vote for this or for that. They want and they entitled to make their own mistakes, follow their own paths wherever those paths can take them to.

The British political system has been suffering from paralysis. The system has been clogged with professional politicians that stand for what is convenient for their own personal interests and their kind of politics has become a bit of the same wherever you look. Whether it is Conservative, Labour of Liberal Democrat, you know that they represent exactly the same interest groups and they are very comfortable switching chairs every four or five years to try and maintain the status quo, a status quo that has been a recipe for disaster.

Here comes a new face of politics. A man that challenged his own political party more than 500 times voting in the House of Commons and on the streets, talking about what he cares about and about what he believes. Once again, you might agree or disagree with Jeremy Corby but he is on record as being somebody who truly stands for what he believes.-

Karl Hohenstauffen

Saturday, 15 August 2015

Kezia Dugdale 'I have a plan, a plan that cannot fail (Peter Sellers' Inspector Clouseau)

Kezia Dugdale is the new face of the Labour Party in Scotland. In just a few months time - May 5th 2016 - under a new national Labour Leader, she will be put to the test of the Electorate in Scottish Parliamentary Elections. Same day when London Assembly Elections will take place.

Suddenly, the words of Peter Sellers' Inspector Cousteau come to mind: ' I have a plan, a plan that cannot fail'.

If the Labour Party flops in the Scottish Parliament Elections and does badly in the London Assembly Elections, would that trigger yet another national Labour Party leadership election?

Some Labour MPs have indicated that there could be a revolt in the Westminster Parliamentary Labour Party. If there is a revolt in the Westminster Parliamentary Labour Party, how will it play in Scotland and in the United Kingdom as a whole?

There is a dangerous cocktail of elections in the offing. In September 2015, new Labour Party Leader. In May 2016, Parliamentary Elections in Scotland and London Assembly Elections. If on May 5, 2016, the SNP routs all other political parties in the Scottish Parliament, will this trigger another Scottish Referendum on Independence?